First Night Morris County

What is First Night Morris County?

On New Year's Eve... The Town Becomes a Stage!

Join nearly 10,000 of your friends and neighbors for our 28th year of ringing in the New Year with an unmatched array of performances! First Night Morris County 2020 is the biggest and brightest New Year’s Eve celebration in New Jersey, providing a magnificent family-friendly, alcohol-free and substance-free celebration in 16 venues throughout the heart of Morristown. Our stellar program features over 100 artists, 40 events: dance, theatre, music (rock, jazz, blues, classical, etc.), visual arts, world cultures, children’s programs and so much more.

Your First Night Morris County admission button gives you access to innovative, diverse and high quality performances ideal for participants of all ages. The venues are within close walking distance of one another and the historic Morristown Green. The venues are also accessible via free shuttles which run all evening. With the Dazzling Light Up The Night show at 9:15pm and a Midnight Countdown to Welcome in the New Year at Midnight. For one affordable price, you and your friends and family will enjoy unlimited access to all of our spectacular performances (subject to venue capacities).

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Contact Information
  1. First Night Morris County Volunteer or Mayo Box Office
  2. 973-455-0708 or 973-539-8008
  3. info@firstnightmorris.com
Tue, December 31
4:45 pm — 12:15 pm
Add to My Calendar 12/31/2019 4:45pm 01/01/2020 12:15pm America/New_York First Night Morris County

What is First Night Morris County?

On New Year's Eve... The Town Becomes a Stage!

Join nearly 10,000 of your friends and neighbors for our 28th year of ringing in the New Year with an unmatched array of performances! First Night Morris County 2020 is the biggest and brightest New Year’s Eve celebration in New Jersey, providing a magnificent family-friendly, alcohol-free ...

100 South Street Morristown, NJ 07960

Mayo Performing Arts Center & Downtown Morristown

100 South Street
Morristown, NJ 07960

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